Daily Archives: November 3, 2014

Scotland’s Battlefield Band: concerts in Beacon, E. Meredith, NYC & Schenectady NY

http://t.ymlp344.net/uqymalauwuheagaeeuapabjsh/click.php Associate Events: we thought you might be keen to know about Battlefield Band’s dates in NY state, as part of their eighteen date North East US Fall tour.

Shows are already selling out on the tour, so it’s worth moving quickly if you’re keen to catch the band this time around.

Please do share the dates around and spread the word if you can – very much appreciated!

NY state dates listed below, and you can find full tour dates at: www.battlefieldband.co.uk/tourdates.htm or www.facebook.com/battlefieldband
‘A Prairie Home Companion’: you can also hear the group on Garrison Keilor’s legendary radio show on 1st Nov 2014. www.prairiehome.org
The band were named as the ‘Vox Pop’ winners in the ‘World/Traditional Song’ category at the Independent Music Awards in August. In addition, their most recent album’Room Enough For all’ was awarded ‘Album of the Year’ at the prestigious 2013 MG Alba Scots Trad Music Awards.

31st Oct 2014 BEACON NY Towne Crier 379 Main Street Beacon, NY 8pm www.townecrier.com
845 855 1300 Buy Tickets Online
02nd Nov 2014 E MEREDITH NY please note early concert time* West Kortright Center, 4pm* 49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith, NY www.westkc.org
(607) 278-5454 Buy Tickets Online
04th Nov 2014 NEW YORK NY Drom 85 Ave A (b/w 5th & 6th) New York City, 10009 Doors 7pm, Show 8pm www.dromnyc.com
212 777 1157 Buy Tickets Online
09th Nov 2014 SCHENECTADY NY 8th Step @ Proctors 432 State Street Schenectady, NY 12305 7pm www.8thstep.org
tickets on sale soon call 518 346 6204 Buy Tickets Online
‘These stalwarts of the Scottish traditional music scene pull off their umpteenth album with panache’
The Scotsman
‘…still at the cutting edge of modern Scottish folk music…technically flawless and fabulously entertaining’ Piping Today
‘In contrast to the Scottish independence debate rumbling on next door at the Shetland Museum, there’s a clear audience consensus when it comes to the Battlefield Band’ Shetland News